|Dr. Java Joshi
oil & acrylic painting; pencil drawings & Ink
Artist contact info:
I am Java, a resident and local artist of Lexington. I have a Ph.D. in Drawing and Painting, Masters in Multimedia and Web Design and have also been involved with theatre for over 25 years. I primarily express my art with oil, acrylics and pencil sketches. I like to use vibrant colors in my paintings and have recently started teaching art to students in Lexington area.
2014 LOS Exhibit Location:
Community Space at
Munroe Center for the Arts
1403 Massachusetts Ave.
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Born in India, at a young age Java earned several accolades in addition to earning Masters in Fine Arts and Ph.D. in Drawing & Painting from India. Java also graduated in Multimedia and Web Design, AIA Atlanta.
I discovered my passion for painting at an early age of 13 and have been painting since then. At an early age, I was influenced by abstract impressionism and style of great artists like Van Gogh. One of my collection is based on famous international plays such as “Three Sisters” - Russian play by Anton Checkov, “Waiting for Godot” – play by Samuel Beckett, “The Caucasian Chalk Circle - a play by Bertolt Brecht etc. My recent collection focuses on paintings based on Indian folk dances” and “Indian villages”. I came to US to pursue Masters in Multimedia and Web Design from Art Institute of Atlanta. I am part of the planning committee for Lexington Open Studios where many local artists showcase their work. I have also participated multiple En Plaine Aire live painting events such as Revolutionary Revelry, Lexington’s 300th anniversary etc. I was also nominated and honored by India New England during Women of the Year 2013 for my contributions and promotion of art.